ENTRODOX 100 G MICROGRANULATE FEED ADDITIVE

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Active ingredient:
OLAQUINDOX
Available from:
DOX-AL AUSTRALIA PTY LTD
INN (International Name):
olaquindox(100g/kg)
Pharmaceutical form:
ORAL POWDER, PRE-MIX
Composition:
OLAQUINDOX ANTIBIOTIC Active 100.0 g/kg
Units in package:
25kg
Class:
VM - Veterinary Medicine
Manufactured by:
DOX-AL AUSTRALIA
Therapeutic group:
PIGS | BOAR | GILT | PIGLET | SOW | SWINE
Therapeutic area:
NUTRITION & METABOLISM
Therapeutic indications:
PROMOTE ANIMAL GROWTH | SWINE DYSENTERY | FEED CONVERSION | FINISHING | GROWTH PROMOTION | GROWTH RATE | LIVEWEIGHT GAIN
Product summary:
Poison schedule: 0; Withholding period: WHP: MEAT - DO NOT USE LESS THAN 12 HO URS BEFORE SLAUGHTER FOR HUMAN CONSUMPT ION. EXPORT SLAUGHTER INTERVAL (ESI): T his product does not have an ESI estab lished. For advice on the ESI contact the manufacturer on 03 9874 1892 or the APVMA website before using this produc t http://www.apvma.gov.au/residues/; Host/pest details: PIGS: [PROMOTE ANIMAL GROWTH, SWINE DYSENTERY]; Growth promotant for improvement of live weight gain and feed conversion, plus control of scouring outbreaks caused by swine dysentery in growing pigs.
Authorization status:
Registered
Authorization number:
49013
Authorization date:
2020-07-01

49013-53746_xxxxx_25k~Primary_MPL_

V04

Dimension:

297mm

x

210mm

Scale:

75%

Date:

V04,

21/09/2011

297mm

DIRECTIONS

READ SAFETY DIRECTIONS BEFORE OPENING OR USING

KM p

pigs

rect

SAFETY

DIRECTIONS: Harmful

sunlight

during

Entrodox

swallowed. Will irritate eyes and may irritate

FOR ANIMAL TRE

MENT ONLY

the skin. Avoid·

contact with eyes and skin.

Must

mixed

thoroughly

feed

Repeat exposure may cause allergic

before

disorders. Do not inhale

dust

when opening

the container and mixing.

Wear

cotton

GROWTH

PROMOTION:

overalls buttoned to

neck and wrist and

Add 1000g

tonne

finished feed

111110011111

a washable hai, elbow length PVC gloves

Wesner

Grower

pigs up to

and full-face respirator.

product gets in to

kilos live weight

eyes wash

immediately with

Add 500g per tonne

finished feed

After use before eating; d

nking

smoking

and feed ad lib to

Grower

pigs over

wash hands, arms·and face thoroughly with

35 kilos live weight

Microgranulata

f\lQd

addhiva

soap and water. After each day's use, wash

Add 250g per tonne

finished feed

gt0ves, respirator and contaminated

fi;1

sher

pigs

clothing with detergent and warm

water

CONTROL

OF SWINE OYSENTRY:

TIVE CONSTITUENT: OLAQUINDOX

FIRST

poisoning

occurs,

contact

OOOg

per tonne

finished feed

doctor

Poisons

tlon

Centra

and feed ad lib to affected pigs

Minimum

g/kg)

Phone

Australia

131126.

lTHO

!:'i

li'tG PERIOD:

Additional information

contained

210

mm

in the Material Safety D

a Sheet

IJIE'.AT:

less than

hours prior

to slaughter for human consumption.

Growth Prornotant fer improvement

live weight

feed conversion,

plus control

scoufing outbreaks cause

Swine Dysentery (

Serpulina

DISPOSAL:

TRADE

ADVICE: EXPORT SLAUGHTER

Hyodysenteriae)

growing pigs.

Shake

empty

contents

Into

INTERVAL (ESI): This product does not have

medicated

feed.

dispose

an ESI established. For advice on the ESI

undiluted

chemicals

ono$ile. Puncture

contact the manufacturer on 03 987 4 1892

shred and bury empty bag in a local

or the APVMA website before usi

this product

authority landfill.

no landfill

available,

http://www. apv ma.gov.a u/re

dues/

bury the bag below 500mm in a disposal ptt

CONDmONS

SALE:

25

specifically marked and set up

this

·this product being beyond the

purpose, clear

waterways, vegetation

control

distributor,

purchaser

roots. Empty bag and left

over

product

assumes responsibility for any result which

should not be burned.

occur, and shall not hold the distributor

liable f

loss

injury

howe_v

_er occurring.

STORAGE:

Store below

°C (Room

APVMA

: 49013/537

DOXAL AUSTPALIA PTY. LTD

temperature) in a cool dry place. Protect

from light. Keep·container tightly closed.

(ABN: 76 049 454

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TERRARA

ROAD,

VERMOHT,

VICTORIA

3133

AUSTRALIA

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Telephone:

61 3

9874

1892

Facsimile

: 61 3

9873

4194

Email:

fo@d

om.a

www.doxal.com.au

date:

Approved

Infopest

Verified

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

Issued: 14.02.08

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

(OLAQUINDOX 100g/kg

in BMP

Microgranulate form)

Validity of MSDS:

from 07/03/08 – 07/03/09

Statement of Hazardous Nature:

All formulations containing olaquindox are considered hazardous under the criteria of

Worksafe Australia.

NOTE: - BMP micro-granulate formulation limits dust emission to <0.1mg/M3 air and

conforms to all international dust emission regulations. It is considered safe to use provided

basic safety precautions are taken. Refer to this MSDS for full safety information

1. Identification

Product Name:

Enterodox 100 BMP

Microgranulate Feed Additive

Chemical Names:

Olaquindox 10% in protected BMP

form

Manufacturer's Code:

100200

UN Number:

2811

Dangerous Goods Class:

6.1 (b)

CAS Number:

23696-28-8

Packaging Group:

111 (three)

Subsidiary Risk:

None

Hazchem Code:

EPG No.:

None

Poisons Schedule:

Not scheduled

Uses:

A feed additive growth promotant for pigs of all ages and

For the treatment of Campylobacter in pigs.

2. Physical Description/Properties

Appearance:

Yellow microgranules

Boiling Point:

Not applicable

Melting Point:

Not applicable

Vapour Pressure:

Not applicable

Volatiles:

Not applicable

Evaporation Rate:

Not applicable

Odour:

Characteristic

Vapour Density:

Not applicable

Weight per ml:

Not applicable

Flash point:

Not applicable

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

Issued: 14.02.08

Flammability Limits:

Not applicable

Auto-ignition temperature:

Not applicable

Other Properties:

Not applicable

3. Information on Composition and Ingredients

Ingredient

Proportion

Olaquindox

23696-28-8

BMP additives

<5%

Carrier

to 1 kilo

4. Hazard Identification

Health Effects:

No data available for the mixture. Information

presented relates to individual ingredients.

Acute

Swallowed:

May cause nausea, diarrhoea, abdominal

pain or cramps.

Inhaled:

Inhalation of dust may cause irritation of the mucous

membrane and respiratory tract.

Eye:

May cause severe eye irritation.

5. First Aid measures

If poisoning occurs, contact doctor or Poisons Information Centre. Phone 131 126.

Swallowed:

If swallowed, do NOT induce vomiting. Give a glass of water

and wash mouth out with water. Seek medical advice.

Eye:

If in eyes, hold eyes open, flood with water for at least 15

minutes and retract eye lids. Seek medical advice.

Skin:

If skin contact occurs, remove contaminated clothing and

wash skin thoroughly. Wash clothing before re-use.

Inhaled:

Remove from exposure, rest and keep warm. In severe

cases, obtain medical attention.

First Aid Facilities:

Eye wash. Hand wash basin.

Contact Poisons Information Centre.

6. Precautions for Use:

Exposure Limits:

[NOHSC] *

TLV-TWA:

Assigned by NOHSC: 0.1mg/m

TLV-STEL:

* NOHSC - National Occupational Health & Safety

Commission (Worksafe Australia)

Engineering Controls:

Ensure adequate ventilation (same as outdoors) when using.

If handling industrial quantities, or if dust risk exists,

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

Issued: 14.02.08

consider local mechanical exhaust/extraction to keep

airborne contamination as low as possible.

Personal Protection:

Avoid contact with skin and eyes. Avoid breathing dusts.

Persona

Equipment:

protection to be selected from those recommended below, as

appropriate to mode of use, quantity handled and degree of

hazard:

Normal Use:

Eye/face protection. Gloves - rubber or plastic.

Industrial Quantities:

Dust mask. Face shield or safety glasses. Gloves - rubber or

plastic. Impervious overalls.

Flammability:

Not flammable

7. Handling and Storage

Storage temperature:

Store below 30C (room temperature)

UN Class:

None

Packaging Group:

None assigned

UN Number:

None

EPG Number:

None

Correct Shipping Name:

Animal feed premix containing Olaquindox 10%

*Observe the requirements of the Standard for the Uniform Scheduling of Drugs and Poisons.

Storage Advice:

Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated place, out of reach of

children. Store in original container. Keep container tightly

closed and out of direct sunlight. Keep away from naked

flames and other sources of ignition. Protect from physical

damage.

Spills and Disposal:

Clean up all spills and splashes promptly; avoid secondary

accidents. Disposal of small spillages only. For large spillages

liquids should be contained using sand or earth, and both

liquids and solids then transferred to salvage containers.

Residues should be treated as for small spillages.

CAUTION: Before dealing with spillage take necessary

protective measures, inform others to keep at a safe distance

and, for flammable materials, shut off all possible sources of

ignition.

Avoid generating dust.

What cannot be recovered should be transferred to a suitable

container. Arrange removal by a disposals company. Wash

site of spillage thoroughly with water and detergent.

8. Accidental release measures

Ensure personal safety, mark out contaminated area with signs and prevent unauthorized

access. Turn leaking containers upright to prevent further spillage. Evacuate area. Wear self-

contained breathing apparatus, rubber boots and heavy rubber gloves. Sweep up or absorb in

a suitable material. Avoid raising and exposure to dust. Ventilate area and wash spill site after

collection.

Extinguishant:

Water.

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

Issued: 14.02.08

Danger of violent reaction

or explosion?

None.

Protective Clothing:

Breathing apparatus and protective gloves for fire only.

Appropriate measures:

Contain

Other Information:

Prevent spillages from entering drains, natural waters or the

environment.

9. Fire fighting Measures

Fire/Explosion Hazard:

Not considered a fire hazard. May burn, or smoulder, in a fire.

Not an explosion hazard.

Decomposition Products:

Carbon dioxide, water vapour, black smoke, oxides of

nitrogen, oxides of sulphur, zinc oxide fume. Incomplete

combustion may generate carbon monoxide.

In case of small

fire/explosion use:

Water fog or fine water spray. Carbon dioxide, dry chemical

powder or appropriate foam

Special procedures:

Wear self-contained breathing apparatus and protective

clothing to prevent contact with skin and eyes

10. Stability and Reactivity

Conditions to be avoided

Unknown

11. Exposure Controls / Personal Protection

Olaquindox has a very high risk of contact dermatitis, sub coetaneous eruptions and

photosensitivity in humans. It is important to carefully select the olaquindox premix used

based on its dust emission level under the EU approved Stauber Heubach test. Enterodox

micro granulate formulation emits practically no dust and conforms to all international dust

emission requirements. ENTERODOX IS APPROVED BY THE EU LEGISLATURE AS SAFE TO

USE IN STOCKFEED. AVOID ALL POWDERED OLAQUINDOX PREMIXES

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Enterodox 100 BMP (olaquindox 10% in BMP form) conforms

to all international standards for dust emission. Its use under

commercial conditions is considered safe provided basic

OH&S precautions are taken.

Dust emission:

Enterodox 100 BMP has a dust emission of <0.1mg/M3 air

throughout the whole feed chain and is the only olaquindox

premix to conform to the Australian TWA requirements of

0.1mg/M3 air for an 8 hour shift.

- Poisonous if swallowed.

- Will irritate the eyes, nose, throat and skin.

- Avoid contact with eyes and skin,

- Exposure to unprotected olaquindox may cause allergic and photo allergenic disorders.

- Do not inhale dust when opening the container and mixing into feed.

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

Issued: 14.02.08

- Wear cotton overalls buttoned to the neck and wrist, a washable hat, elbow length PVC

gloves, and half face piece respirator with dust cartridge or canister.

- After use and before eating, drinking or smoking, wash hands, arms and face thoroughly

with soap and water.

- After each day’s use, wash gloves, respirator and if rubber wash with detergent and warm

water, and contaminated clothing.

Handbook of First Aid Instructions and Safety Directions for Agricultural and Veterinary

Chemicals (including Pesticides). Therapeutic Goods Administration

When mixing and handling, use protective clothing, impervious gloves, and dust respirator.

Operators should wash thoroughly with soap and water after handling. If accidental eye

contact occurs, immediately rinse with plenty of water. Respiratory Protection: Use an

approved respirator.

Eye Protection:

Chemical goggles and/or face shield. Valid on the date of

printing 12/12/07

Ventilation:

Use mechanical exhaust ventilation.

Other Protective Equipment: In a manufacturing setting, wear chemical-resistant gloves

and body covering to minimize skin contact. If handled in a

ventilated enclosure, as in a laboratory setting, respirator

and goggles or face shield may not be required. Safety

glasses are always required.

NOT INTENDED FOR HUMAN CONSUMPTION

12. Toxicological Information

(DeVries, 1990a). Upon exposure to light, olaquindox forms a reactive oxaziridine derivative.

This imino-N-oxide reacts with protein to form a photoallergen (DeVries, 1990b). In rats, oral

treatment with olaquindox at 60 mg/kg bw/day combined with exposure to ultraviolet light

(ultraviolet A for 12 hours) for four consecutive days induced a photoallergic reaction

characterized by weight loss, severe erthema, edema, and necrosis of the ears. A NOEL for

phototoxicity was not established (DeVries, 1990a)..

IMPORTANT NOTE:

Enterodox 100 BMP (olaquindox 10% in BMP form) confoms to all

international standards for dust emission. Its use under commercial conditions is considered

safe provided basic OH&S precaustions are taken.

13. Ecological Information

There is no data available on the ecological risks of using olaquindox

14. Disposal Considerations

Disposal of bags:

Shake and empty contents into medicated feed. Do not

dispose of undiluted chemicals on site. Puncture or shred

and bury empty bags in a local authority landfill. If not

available bury the bag below 500 mm in a disposal pit

specifically marked and set up for this purpose clear of

waterways, vegetation and roots. Empty bags and product

should not be burnt.

ENTERODOX 100 BMP

Issued: 14.02.08

15. Transport Information

No special transport requirements necessary

16. Other Information

This Material Safety data Sheet (MSDS) has been prepared according to the Guidelines of

Worksafe Australia and the information is believed to be true and correct at the time of

publication. THIS MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET SHALL NOT BE DEEMED TO CREATE ANY

WARRANTY OF ANY KIND (INCLUDING WARRANTY OF MERCHANTABLE QUALITY OR

FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE) and is valid for 1 year.

Contact Points:

If you require information on the product contact

Dox-al Australia Pty. Ltd.

Tel: (03) 9874 1892

Fax: (03) 9873 4194

Email: technical@doxal.com.au

If you are unable to contact Dox-al Australia, Call the Australian Poisons Centre on

131 126

(Australia)

Waiver:

This Material Safety data Sheet (MSDS) has been prepared according to the Guidelines of Worksafe

Australia and the information is believed to be true and correct at the time of publication and valid for 1

year. The information has been compiled from sources we believe to be reliable. It is offered as a guide

only for safe handling procedures and for safe use and storage. Dox-al Australia urges users of the

product to read the MSDS carefully and note all precautions when using this substance. Dust emitted

during handling of any chemical substance should be considered dangerous. To promote safe handling,

the user should notify its employees, customers and anyone who may come in contact with the material

or who may use the material either as a pure substance or in premix or stock feed of any health

warnings or risks associated with its use and contained in this MSDS. This safety data sheet is not

intended to be a substitute for consultation with appropriately trained personnel. As use of the product

is outside the control of the manufacturer, the user assumes all responsibility for safe use and handling

of the product. It is the responsibility of the user to ensure safe working conditions and that the product

is suitable for the application for which it is purchased and to be used

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